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This course will provide instruction in the theory and practical application of techniques for the development of Pinion Tooth Contacts to mate with Gleason FORMATE™ hypoid bevel gears. Pinion finishing with fixed settings method will be taught. Explanation of spiral bevel development will also be discussed, if requested. Terminology, blank checking, first and second order development changes will be also explained and demonstrated. In addition, the observation of tooth geometry relating to Tooth Contact Analysis (TCA) computer output will be demonstrated. Practical experience will be given in the setup and operation of Gleason generators and testers.

This course will provide theoretical instruction and practical experience in testing and lapping of Gleason hypoid gear sets. The trainee will study the effects of heat treatment changes, lapping compound differences and other modifications in lapping techniques. Practical experience will be given in the setup and operation of Gleason 600HTL lapper. The class will discuss face milling or face hobbing lapping methods.

This course will familiarize the student with the concept of rotary- and vibration-based single flank transmission (SFT) error measurement of gear sets. Additionally, the sessions describe the output of the Gleason Single Flank Tester for cylindrical (parallel axis) and bevel gear testing. The class will also include a description and operation of a Gleason Test machine.

This course deals with the aspects of measuring specific gear parameters. It is intended to cover all of the various measurement techniques and equipment offered by Gleason for the gear metrology function. The course provides an overview of the various inspection techniques utilized by Geason. 

This course will provide instruction in the theory and practical application of techniques for the development of pinion tooth surfaces for gears cut by the face hobbing (3 axis) cutting method. The class will also discuss the lapping of face hobbed gears. This class is offered using either typical high speed steel blades with coolant or dry power cutting with carbide blades. 

This course will provide instruction in the theory and practical application of techniques for cutting gears and pinions by the Gleason DUPLEX Helical completing method. Practical experience will be given in the setup and operation of appropriate Gleason machines.

Development techniques used for completing gears and pinions and the use of a Gleason hypoid tester will be demonstrated and/or used by the trainee during this course. Additional training including a description and practical instruction in the use of the Gleason RSR®  Cutter System can also be arranged as a separate activity.

This course will provide theoretical instruction and practical experience in testing and lapping of Gleason hypoid gear sets.

The trainee will study the effects of heat treatment changes, lapping compound differences and other modifications in lapping techniques. Practical experience will be given in the setup and operation of Gleason 600HTL lapper. The class will discuss face milling or face hobbing lapping methods.

This course will provide theoretical and practical instruction in the grinding development of bevel gearing.  First and second order development changes and inspection procedures, terminology, machine descriptions and problem troubleshooting will all be covered in this program.

Depending on the needs of the student, this course may include scussions and lectures defining Waguri Grinding, its application, design parameters and manufacturing techniques. Hands-on experience is given in machine setup and operation as well as the techniques of developing acceptable tooth contacts of mating members. Mating pinions can be ground in fixed setting tilt or Duplex Helical method.

The mechanical maintenance course will give the student a complete understanding of the maintenance of the major components of the Gleason PHOENIX® machines. The student will also become familiar with the troubleshooting techniques, component removal and re-assembly of machine components.

These machines include:

  • 275HC PHOENIX® Hypoid Cutting Machine
  • 280HC PHOENIX® Hypoid Cutting Machine
  • 600HC PHOENIX® Hypoid Cutting Machine
  • 1000HC PHOENIX® Hypoid Cutting Machine
  • 275G PHOENIX® Hypoid Grinder
  • 600G PHOENIX® Hypoid Grinder
  • 800G PHOENIX® Hypoid Grinder
  • 360AT PHOENIX® CNC Gear Testing Machine
  • 600HTT PHOENIX® CNC Gear Testing Machine
  • 600HTL Turbo Lapping Machine
  • BPG Cutter Sharpening Machine
  • GP Series Cylindrical Machines

The electrical maintenance course will give the student a complete understanding of the control system used on Gleason machines.  The class will address both the machine and auxiliary electronic hardware, including use of the software for various units.  The class will combine theory of the system with practical hands-on troubleshooting techniques. These machines include:

  • 275HC PHOENIX® Hypoid Cutting Machine
  • 280HC PHOENIX® Hypoid Cutting Machine
  • 600HC PHOENIX® Hypoid Cutting Machine
  • 1000HC PHOENIX® Hypoid Cutting Machine
  • 275G PHOENIX® Hypoid Grinder
  • 600G PHOENIX® Hypoid Grinder
  • 800G PHOENIX® Hypoid Grinder
  • 360AT PHOENIX® CNC Gear Testing Machine
  • 600HTT PHOENIX® CNC Gear Testing Machine
  • 600HTL Turbo Lapping Machine
  • BPG Cutter Sharpening Machine
  • GP Series Cylindrical Machines

This course will familiarize the student with the concept of rotary- and vibration-based single flank transmission (SFT) error measurement of gear sets. Additionally, the sessions describe the output of the Gleason Single Flank Tester for cylindrical (parallel axis) and bevel gear testing. The class will also include a description and operation of a Gleason Test machine.

This course includes a combination of classroom and hands-on training on a coordinate checking machine using Gleason G-AGE™ software for precision index and flank form tooth surface measurements of bevel and hypoid gears. The course will also review the workpiece coordinate system and software used in the coordinate measurement machine and the transfer of the job data information from the Gleason mainframe computer. 

This introductory course is intended to familiarize the trainee with spur, helical, bevel and hypoid gear nomenclature. The use of various cutting methods in Gleason machines. Tooling and processes used in gear manufacturing combined with lectures,  visual examples, question and answer periods.

This course is a continuation of subjects covered in the Fundamentals of Bevel Gear Design. This class is an in-depth series of lectures, discussions and hands-on workshops including Gleason computer programs. The student will gain a working knowledge of the theory of tooth contact pattern development and the use of Gleason computer programs for Tooth Contact Analysis (TCA), undercut check, and summary of machine settings. In addition, product application testing, the computer program for tooth contact analysis under load(LTCA) and methods of hard finishing of bevel and hypoid gears will be covered.

The primary emphasis of this course is on the design elements of bevel and hypoid gears. Lectures will cover gear theory, terminology, selection of gear size, tooth design parameters and cutting methods. Students will calculate gear dimension sheets, using Gleason time sharing computer programs and evaluate the resulting stress data. This course can be taught in either a text or Windows® based format.

 

 

 

 

Introduction to the heat treatment and quenching of steel alloys.

In addition to classroom instruction, the course will include a demonstration of the industrial quenching operation at The Gleason Works heat treating facilities.